Canon PowerShot G7
Announced Sep 14, 2006 •
10 megapixels | 2.5″ screen | 35 – 210 mm (6×)
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I am using an old Canon G7, wth many photos filed, named and organized in the Zoom Browser, ver. EX 5.7 which accompanied the camera. It's old and 32 bit. Just got a new iMAC, running Sierra. Also have PS Elements editing program and Elements 15 Organizer. So far, the Apple file transfer folks have given up, after spending too much time trying to get the files off both my old computer's int. and external HDs. Intel (read McAfee's) tech people said adios, and a Canon phone tech rep. said I...
For me the perfect camera supports several things: adventure and travel camera (decent zoom, macro shooting and varying light levels for mostly shoots of wildlife (still and moving / near and far), people (near and far), architecture macro shooting as I also need to take product shots and pics of insects general photography low-light shooting aperture control portability (it doesn't have to fit in my pocket, although that would be nice, but I don't want or need a super, duper, deluxe,...
I posted a question to Whibal but didn't get any replies yet so far. I am looking at the Pocket Size, however, I am worried that I might not be able to put it out far enough with my left hand to execute Custom White Balance while using a 50mm. The studio size seems a bit big to be carried around. Any comments for those Pocket Size owners?
I'm just barely younger than baseball. reasonable amount of history with film cameras. Last and best camera, an M2. It is simple--moves the film accurately past the lens, which is exquisite. Controls--shutter speed, aperture size, focus. Dirt simple, damn good, a wingman, a tool, to live with. Now I shoot with a Canon G7, which serves most of my needs. It doesn't put a piece of equipment the size of a bus in front of a model, is quiet, etc. [Shutter lag is aggravating--it's trying to do too...
Encouraging? Use of Sony 1" BSI in G7 suggests Canon willing/able to use best-of-breed Sony sensors.
By: l_d_allan (Sep 15, 2014)
Posted to: Canon EOS-1D / 5D / 6D Talk
If the sensor in the just announced G7 1" sensor is the same as the start-of-the-art 1" BSI in the RX100-3, I feel that increased the odds for Canon using a variant of the stellar Exmor 36 mpix full-frame in the 5d4 or 6d2. Or not? Caveat: it is still speculation that Sony 1" BSI being used in G7. Am I the only one who really, really hopes Canon takes the same "swallow their pride and losing face" attitude to help speed a competitive 5d4 & 6d2 to market? FWIW:I wasn't surprised that Sony sold...
I'm looking for the person who posted some images on this website and also provided a link to his/her flickr website. He/she has posted 38 pictures take with the FZ200 and they are fantastic pictures with great composition, focus, color, and contrast. These are some of the best pictures I've seen that were taken with the FZ200. His/her ID on Flickr is,..." nicodimus22". I'd like to communicate with him/her and gain more information about those shots. I hope he/she doesn't mind but I'm posting...
I'm looking to replace my 6 year old 17 inch Toshiba laptop. I want a 17 inch screen, a minimum of 1TB hard drive, and a flash drive of 250 kb for fast program loading and access. What looks like my first choice at the moment is an Asus G750. This laptop is mainly designed for gaming, which requires a fast processor and large screen. In reading many reviews of it, several reviewers commented on the screen showing light gray lines when viewing photos for editing. I'm wondering if anyone either...
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